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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1939 THB LONG ISLAND TRAVELER Low Tide-Southold Bay Friday Dec. 8 2:60 Saturday (> 9 3:39 Sunday i( 10 4:26 Monday u 11 6:12 Tuesday << 12 6:66 Wed'day <> 13 0:40 ThuM. 14 7:26 Fot high water add sU hoan In the Matter of the Judicial Settlement of the Account in the Estate of LOUIS DOHM * Deceased. I I above tide t^ble. For low water In L. I Sonnd, lubtract thlrty-flve mlnutM (roln bay time and add six houn to (hat for blgb w«(tr. DBOraCBBR MOON U^ i quMter the 3rd, 3:40 p. in. New moon the 10th, 4:45 p. ni. First quarter the 18th, 4:04 p. ni. Pull moon the a6th, 6:28 p. ni. BUSINESS CARDS TERRT te KROPSKX Attorneys and Counsdon aft Lav 80UTB0LD. H. T. I LEGAL NOTICE CITATION SURROGATE'S COURT, SUFFOLK COUNTY EAS T MARION EDWARD F JZROMOZYK Oeneral lasuraiice Representing 30 W. Main Bk. Bee Neetua, Inc. Phone 3894 RIVERHEAD. N. Y. JOHN P. RUEBSAMKN Real Estate SODTHOLD, N. Y. THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK TO: \JOHN\ DOHM, son of OTTO DOHM, the name \JOHN\ being flc- tltlous, his true name being unknown, OREETING:— WHEREAS Anna M. RUey has lately applied to the Surrogate's Court of Suffolk County to have a judicial set- tlement of her account as executrix and trustee in the estate of Louis Dohm made and allowed, THEREFORE you, and each of you, are hereby required to show cause at a special term of the Surrogate's Court of Suffolk County, N. Y., to be held in Rlverhead in said County at o'clock in the afternoon on the 2nd day of January, 1940, why the account of said executrix and trustee should not be Judicially settled. IN WITNESS WHEREOF we have caused the seal of said surrogate's Court of said County of Suffolk to be affixed. WITNESS Hon Richard W. Hawkins, Surrogate of Suffolk County, Novem- ber 27th, 1039. Joseph S. Arata Clerk of the Surrogate's Court. This citation is served upon you by publication pursuant to an order of Hon. Richard W. Hawkins, Surrogate of Suffolk County, dated November 27th, 1939, and filed In the office of the Clerk of the Surrogate's Court of Suffolk County on November 27th, 1939. WILEY & HATTRICK Attorneys for Executrix and Trustee Office and P. O. Address 34 West Main St., Rlverhead, N. Y. CLYDE TOOKER Counselor at Law RIVEREHEAD, N. Y. FRANK C. BARKBR Attorney and Counselor at Law MATTITUCK, N. Y. pran k J. McMANN Atvorney and Counselor at Law First National Bank Building GREENPORT, N. Y. COUNTY COURT: SUFFOLK COUNTY ELOISE S. STAUDINOER, Plaintiff VS. RAY E. VROOMAN,RHODA VROOMAN, his wife, S. WENT- WORTH HORTON doing busi- ness as S. B. HORTON Co., lONE HAMMOND, as EXECU- TRIX under the Last Will and Testament of COURT HAM- J^IOND, deceased, VERITAS PI- NANCE CORPORAnON, Defendants Mr. and Ilftn. Letand TutUe of Rieh- mond HUl, were wwk end gUNts at the home a t her mottwr U t a. O«orge C. Thlertngcr. Mrs. Qmeit L. VaU and MI«. W|ay- land C. Brown were hostesaea to the Larkln ChriM this week. Mrs. Harrle Harvey and dauShters of Lynbrook, Mrs. Oeorge RItihinond of Southold and Mrs. Harry Ridimond of Bay ffliore were recent giMts of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel F. Brown. The Craft Club had as its social hour committee on Tuesday ^ening: Mrs. Anthony Traffica, Mrs. Kenneth Vail and Mrs. Albert E. Vail. The Church Social Society will meet Fri. the 8th at the chapel at 3 o'clock for sewing for Christmas Fair. The covered dish supper will follow at 6 o'clock with the December committee in charge. Mrs. Clarence R. Ankers of Rock- ville Centre is visiting at ttie home of her daughters. The 4-H Club met Wednesday night for its meeting, taking up the \Sleep- ing and Lounging Garment\ project. The Home Bureau Unit is having its meeting today (Thursday) a talk on \Nutrition\ was given by Mrs. Av- erlll Ketcham and Mrs. John Bryant. An exchange of favorite dishes and recipes was an interesting part of the program. Norman T. Booth a former princi- pal of the local school, now superin- tendent of the Honolulu T. H. factory of the American Can Company, is be- ing transferred to the San Francisco office of the company. Mr. Booth and family will leave Hawaii this month having been in Honolulu since 1917. Mr. and Mrs. C: Nelson Hicks have closed their cottage on the Gardiner's Bay Estates and returned to Rock- vllle Centre,. Mr. Hicks remained on the Estates later this fall having sold his hardware business in Rockville Centre. The Church Social Society will spon- sor a cafeteria supper and Christmas .sale on the 13th at the chapel. The Rev. Alexander H. Shaw was a recent speaker at the High School tak- ing as his subject: \Young Peoples' Aim in Life.\ Rev. Arthur H. Limouze flew from Detroit to assist at the funeral of hLs good friend and neighbor Miss Jessie Hedges. Counselor and Mrs. LeRoy G. Ed- wards of East Williston, were recent guests of his parents Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Edwards. The Kings Daughters Circle will meet' on Thursday the 14th with Mrs. Willis H. Brown. years. The deceased waa bom in East Marlon but moved to Virginia sixty yean ago. \Aunt LotUe\ as she was affectionately called is survived by four great nieces, thirteen great great and three great great, great nieces and nephews. MRS. ELIZABETH JIOWIILL IJie funeral of Mrs. Iraizabeth Ann Sanders, widow of Jonathan Nowell, was held at her late home last Sunday afternoon conducted by her pas. tor the Rev. Alexander H. Shaw. Mrs. Nowell had reached the age of 98 yean. She was bom In Tiverton, Eng- land, but for many years had lived in this country, making her home in Rlv- erhead for several years, coming later to Bast Ifarlon where for more than a quarter of a century die had filled a laiae place in the oomnmlty. While she spent much time In her home her heart went out to all who needed her and In many, many ways she gave of her time and monv. Her home was a very hospitable one. It was with great pleasure that we so often sat by her fire sid^ .She always had a kind word and a smile for her many friends. To moum the loss of the dear one gone is the daughter — who has been a close companion of mother through the declining years, and son G. Sanders Nowell who helped to make mother happier with his dally Good Night visit to which she looked forward with great pleasure. The chil- dren grew up to call her blessed. Be- sides the son and daughter several relatives in England survive her. The interment took place in the local cem- etery. Fanning EnUilt Big InTMtment Averages $28,441 Among Better-than- Average Farmers of State HARRY H. REEVE Attorney and Counselor at Law GREENPORT, N. Y. J. E. DICKINSON Real Estate aOUTOOLD, L. I. (Opposite the R. R. SUtlon) EDWARD H. F08TVR Optometrist 119 Grilling Ave. RIVERHKAD, N. Y Phone 2400 TeL J0«3 BARTON T. SEDOWIOK Optometrist RIVERHEAD. L. I. Hours-9 to 8:10 Pursuant to a Judgment of fore- closure and sale, rendered on the 26th day of October, 1939, and duly entered in the office of the Suffolk County Olerk, on the 26th day of October, 1939, I, the undersigned. Referee duly ap- pointed for such purpose, will sell at public auction to the highest bidder on the 8th day of December, 1939, a t 11:001 o'clock A. M., at the front steps of the First National Bank Building, Green- port, Suffolk County, New York, the real estate directed by said Judgment to be sold and therein described as follows: All that certahi tract, piece or parcel of land situate, lying and being on the North side of the North Road at Arsh- amomoque in the Town of Southold in the County of Suffolk and State of New York, bounded as follows: On the north by land^ of John Hoffman and John Mackie; on the east by land of John Mackie; on the south by said North Road running from Orient to Southold; and on the west by Arsh- amomoque Chapel property and land of John Hoffman; together with the buildings and improvements thereon. Dated October 26, 1939 Stanley S. Corwln Referee Henry Booth Moore Attorney for Plaintiff Greenport, New York CHARLOTTE M. RACKETT The death of Miss Charlotte M. Rac- kett 92 years of age, occured in Byrd- ton, Va., on November 26th, where she had made her home for twenty-five MRS FRANCES VAlL In the passing of Mrs. Frances Grif- ling widow of Captain Horace Vail, the village of East Marion has lost a dear old friend. \Aunt Frank\ as she was affectionately called, passed away at the home of her son Everett H. Vail on Wednesday the 29th at the age of 95 years, where she had been tenderly cared for by the family for several years. The deceased had been a faith- ful member of the First Baptist Church for many years. Her pew was always filled when health permitted. She was a charter member of the Woman's Missionary Society and her home was many times opened for its meetings. The deceased filled a large place in the life of the village. \Aunt Frank's\ smile was always a blessing and the host of friends will long remember her wonderful hospitality. A deep grief came to the mother's heart several years ago when her son Ernest passed away, but she bore the great loss with a wonderful submis- sion. The funeral was held at the First Baptist Church which was so dear to her, and the interment took place in Marion Cemetery. SHELTE R ISLAND MISS LILIAN T. LOPER, Editor Please Write, See or Phone the Editor when you know of Social, Per- sonal, Church, Civic and other Local News. Farmers who have larger and more productive farms than the average in New York state had an average of $28,441 invested in their farm busi- nesses in 1938. The maintenance costs for bams, poultry houses, silos, and other buildings amounted to a little more than $60 a month. These figures are from cost-account records compiled at the State College of Agriculture and are based on de- tailed records kept by 75 New York farmers. They show that this group had an average labor income of $1107 in 1938, witli the ten highest averag- ing $5146 and the ten lowest, minus $1825. According to Dr. Paul S. Williamson, in charge of the work, in only eight years since 1914 have such labor in- comes been as high as $1000. The term labor Income is described as what a farmer receives for his year's work and management. In addition, he has a house to live in, and rhilk, wood, and other farm products. Each cost-account farmer recorded the time spent by all farm workers on each enterprise, as well as the costs and returns. Costs 31 Cents an How The average cost of an hour of farm work on all farms was 31 cents, or the same as in 1937. The cost of keeping a horse and the harness for a year averaged $123. Trac- tors were used on 62 of the Ip cost- account farms, and both tractors and horses on 52 farms. It cost about $235 to keep a tractor for one year. Mo- tor trucks were used on three-fourths of the farms, and the average mileage was ten miles to the gallon of gas. The cost of keeping a cow for the year was $177. After allowing for the value of calves, manure, and other credits, the cost of producing milk was $159 for each cow, or $1.86 for each hundred pounds of milk. Cows on these farms produced more than 50 per cent above the average for the state, it is pointed out. Dairy cows paid 27 cents an hour for the time spent on them, but labor on this enterprise cost 29 cents an hour, the accounts showed. It cost 86 cents to raise a pullet to laying age, and the cost of producing a dozen eggs was 26 cents. For pota- toes, the cost of growing, harvesting, and marketing an acre was almost $100. Yields average 232 bushels to the acre, giving an average cost of 42 cents a bushel. Other costs and returns from enter- prises on these farms are explained ih the new Cornell bulletin E-422. Sin- gle copies are available free to New York state residents and may be had from the New York state college of agriculture at Ithaca, New York. NEW YORK POTATO MARKET HOLDS STEADY New York. — Last week saw pmc- tically no change in the condition and general price level of the local potato market. Supplies were mod- erate and movement continued slow, with prices holding fairly steady end unchanged. The situation appeared firm, however, and many dealers said that from present indications it looked as though there would be little feature to the market for the next few weeks, barring unexpected developments. Paying prices in Long Island re- mained at close to $1.50(?ri.60 on the north side and $1.50(??1.75 on the south side. On the local market, in 100- pound bags .Maine Chippewas brought $1.85(^1.90. Green Mountains $1.75® 1.85, Katahdins $1.85(^1.90, Connecti- cut Green Mountains $1.75, Long Is- land Chippewas $1.65(?()1.85, Cobblers $1.60(f('1.75, Green Mountains, south side, $1.85^2.15, north side, $1.6S(?i)1.90, Red Bliss $1.63(S»1.75, Jersey Chippe- was $1.75(??'1.85 and Idaho Russets $2(?r2.20. —N. Y. PACKER TOTAL MAINE POTATO SHIPMENTS 5,512 CARS Presque Isle, Me., — Potato ship- ments from Maine for the week ending November 25 totaled 670 cars, brhiging the total for the season to that date 5,512 cars. This figure rep- resents an Increase of 945 cars over the same period last year. There was little change in f. o. b. sales throughout the week. Prices on Monday were $1.34(7D1.39 on two-inch minimum Green Mountains and Ka- tahdins with two-inch minimum pecks bringing 21ffr22%c. On Saturday two- inch minimum were bringing $1.36(S' 1.40 with two-inch minimum pecks at 22%@23c. Street prices showed a slight advance with Monday's prices $1.75P1.85 and Saturday generally at $1.80(!!>1.90. Growers continue to con- trol the situation in Maine and as yet they are showing no weakness what- ever but remain firm in their belief that prices must advance. —N. Y. PACKER TIBE SPECIAL ONE WEEK ONLY A POPULAR MAKE TIRE : New Fresh Stock At The Following Prices : 475 X 19 ii 525 X 18 : 550 X 17 600 X 17 $5.10 6.18 6.18 6.75 With Tube »» »» » $6.10 7.1 8 7.18 I 7.75 We Carry The Following Makes of Tires In Stock: :: Goodyear, Firestone, Fulton, United States, Fisk, Goodrich, Hood and Kelly Also Rebuilt and Retread Tires from $3.00 Up Bank of Southold SOCTBOLD, N. T. > DEPOSITORS IN THI8 BANK ARE INSURED With Mazlmiim Insaraaee el $5000 tor Each Deprndtw I ACCOUNTS INVITCU leposlts Received Subject to Obaak Interest aUowed on certlfloatsa ol deposit and on time depostti. ^ OFF1CKR8 Howard O. TuthiU PwildiOl Albert W. Albertoon | pMMenta B. Ernest Bolsseau \ Rlchai-d T. Merwin Cashier ^ Miss Elsie Hummel Asst. Cashier • Qgorge O. Terry. Oounwi BOARD OF DiRacrroRS Joseidi N. HaUoA W. Ooray AlbertMH ^ Howard O. TuthlU * AHwrt W. AlbertMO B. Bmeat Boiaeau Ooona a Dlckanoa OapUal Stock m o i o ^ BmAvt. mjm Baf* Depoalt Bomi for M H • ! reasonable ratas. Open dally t n m 9 a. m. to t » E.itiirdays from 9 a. m. to 11 • Closed en aU pubUc NO-nCE TO CREDITORS In pursuance of an order of HON RICHARD W. HAWKINS, Surrogate of the County of Suffolk: NOUCE IS HEREBY GIVEN, ac- cording to law, to all persons having claims against GEORGE H. WELLS, late of the town of Southold, deceased, that they are required to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscribers, WILLIAM A. WELLS; HERBERT W. WELLS and GLADYS W. MERWIN, at the office of Terry and Krupski, Southold, New York, on or before the 18th day of April, 1940. Dated October 17th, 1939. WUllam A. Wells, Herbert W. Wells, Gladys W. Merwin. Executors Terry and Krupski, Attorneys for executors, Southold, New York. Mr. and Mrs. James Galloway and Mr. and Mrs. Philip Demorest opened their places at Great Ram Island over the week end. The sale of a one acre tract on Great Ram Bluft to a Mr. Forbes was recent- ly made. The land lies between the five acre piece bought by H. W. Slater and the Louis Starkweather cottage. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Heite of Brook- lyn and Little Ram Island were over night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Young Tuesday last and attended the Masonic supper here. D. A. Hamilton was another of the Ram Island group here for the supper. Mrs. Antone Schaible assisted by Mrs. Harry Allen, Mrs. Harley Brittain end Mrs. Walter Downs entertained the center Pinochle Club last Wednes- day afternoon for luncheon and cards. Mrs. Leonard Bourne is the next hos- tess. The Thimble Club held a covered dish luncheon last Thursday in their club room and made three new choir robes for St. Mary's choir. A commit- tee of three, Mrs. Walter Downs, Mrs. Clarence -Sherman and Mrs. Walter Dawson were appointed to secure the measurements for a new set of altar cloths the club will make as a Xmas gift for the church. Plans for a Xmas party for members and their guests were talked over. Miss Gertrude Oli- ver was appointed assistant treasurer for the three months the treasurer Mrs. Clarence Sherman will be in Flo- rida. The Home Bureau will meet with Mrs. MIcBrlan this Wednesday after- noon for block printing on Fabrics and Xmas cards. The work will be done in the spacious basement of the McBrian cottage. The unit purchased an out- fit last spring and Mrs. McBrian, a talented artist, has prepared some NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON. RICHARD W. H A W K I N S , Surrogate of the County of Suffolk: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ac- cording to law, to all persons having claim s against CHARLES F. WUi- LIAMSON, late of the Town of Southr old, deceased, that they are requited to exhibit the same, with the vpuohers thereof, to the subscriber, AMNIB O. LINDSAY, at the office of Terry and Krupski. in the Village of Qouthold, New York, on or before the a9th day of February, 1940. Dated August 31, 1939 ANNIE O. UNDBAY Ixeeutrlx Terry and Krupski Attorneys for Executrix Southold, New York Dr. Robert Koch, a German physi- cian, announced the discovery of the geim which causes tuberculosis (the tubercle bacillus) In 1882. block designs. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Southwick are spending a couple of weeks in New York and went to Brookllne, Mass., for the New England Thanksgiving with her sister Mrs. Arthur Sargent Jr. Recent real estate sales here include a lot corner of Bateman and Midway Roads to Mrs. Sarah Michels, and a two acre lot on Ram Island Road formerly the property of Theodore Hance to the buyer of Mrs. Frances Tyburskl's house and acre plot ad- joining. Miss Lilian Loper entertained the Community Club last Tuesday evening. Prizes for the card games that follow- ed the meeting were won by Mrs. John Oliver and Mrs. Lawrence Whitehead. Mrs. Moses Grifflng will entertain the club this week. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Jennings after visiting their daughter Mrs. Herbert Somerlad in Brooklyn are now on their way to Miami, Fla. Mr. Ralph Duvall spent a few days in Amagansett before he and his wife go to Great Neck for the winter. Mr. A. qioeckler has rented the house belonging to Mrs. Ernest Lucas on Oartwrlght Road. Mr. Gloeckler has taken a place as gardener on La- Verne Hench's estate at Dering Har- bor. Mrs. Joseph Paulding and her sis- ter Mrs. Mulford of Amagansett spent the week end with their aunt Mrs. French in Babylon. Mrs. Paulding after spending the past six months with the Duvall family as housekeeper- nurse will remain in Amagansett with Mrs. Mulford. Mr. Arthur Hulse who has been a patient at the Eastern Long Island Hospital came home Monday much improved. CLEAN. PURE WATER An abundant supply of clean, pure water is necessary to health, but very frequently the supply of water from dug wells and shallow-driven wells Is one of the greatest menaces to health. Typhoid is the chief disease and the great reduction of tyjdiold cases in this country has largely been due to people connecting to safe VUlage Water Works Systems which water is contin- ually tested by the SUte Health De- partoent. The fact that water from dug and shallow wells loou clear and spark ling In a glass Is no guarantee that i does not contain the germs of disease The fact that a shallow well har always been pure is no auuranoe that it wUl continue to be so. As a safeguard to health, people in any community where there is a Pyb- lie Water Works System, they should consider connecting to the Water Oou- pany malM NOTICE TO CREDITORS In pursuance of an order of Hon. Richard W. Hawkins, Surrogate of the County of Suffolk: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, ac- cording to law, to all persons h a v ^ claims against Rensselaer 8. Moore, late of the Town of Southold, deceased, that they are required to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber, Rank 0. Barker, at his offlce, in the viUage of Mattltuok, New York, on or before the 30th day of December, 1939. Dated: June 94th, 1939. FRANK O. BARKXR giecutor Bowl For Your Health AT — EXAMINA -nON OF CATTLE Section 78 Article 5 of the Agricul- ture and Market I^aw, as amended by the 1937 legislature, reads as follows: Examination of Cattle. T h e com- missioner shall cause a physical ex- amination and a tuberculin test to be made by competent and authorized vet- erinarians of all bovine animals, irres- pective of age or sex, and cause all such bovine animals to be subjected to periodic retests when deemed nec- essary by the conunissioner. If, from such examination or test, any animal be deemed 'by the commissioner to be Infected with tuberculosis or any other communicable disease or its condition be such as to render It undesirable for the production of milk or a menace to the health of other animals or persons, such animal shall immediately be re- moved from the herd, slaughtered or otherwise disposed of as the commis- loner may prescribe. A careful examination of this law justifies Its purpose. One of the most dreaded diseases this nation has had to fight is tuberculosis. The law was passed primarily as a precaution against this disease. The local veter- inary merely carries out the orders of Commissioner of the Department of Agriculture and Markets when he In- spects your herd. If your cow Is condemned you are repaid In two ways. You receive a monetary remuneration for the loss of the animal and you are also eliminated from the possibility of the spread of the disease to your family, to others to whom you may sell milk and to the other cows in your herd. The law has teeth for if you Inter- fere with the inspection of your herd you are guilty of a misdemeanor and subject to a fine of not less than $25.00, nor more than $200.00, or by imprison- ment for not less than one month, nor more than six months. One guilty of second offense is subject to a year's imprisonment. Bailey Bros. Garage Southold, N. Y. PHILIP WECKESSER RESTAURANT Dinner—12 to 1 BAR and GRILL Main St. Tel. 3992 Southold Complete Line OF Rockwell Kent, artist, lecturer and writer, designed this year's Christmas Seal. JOHN H. MORELL Dodge - Plymouth RECREATION CENTER nwi t St. OBBUHPOBt M.99 I IVUVS SCHIAVONI, Pra». SALBS AND 8BRVICB Cor. SwUb and Pint Sts. OBBENPOBT, N. Y. 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